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What are some Old English words we use today?

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Some Old English words of Latin origin that have survived into modern English include belt, butter, chalk, chest, cup, fan, fork, mile, minster, mint, monk, pepper, school, sock, strop, wine. 16 авг. 2012 г.

What are some Old English words we use today?

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